Swollen Fingertips?


Swollen fingertips might be caused by one of several diseases or traumas. The most common cause of swelling of the fingertips is arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is known to cause the fingers, fingertips, and joints of the hand to swell and even twist. Swollen fingertips might also come from cellulitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or even pregnancy. Swelling can be related to sodium intake in the diet or to trauma to the fingertips caused by insect bites or stings.
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